CRFR has urged the Scottish Government to use research on people’s everyday food experiences to inform efforts to change the nation’s eating  habits.

CRFR’s response to A Healthier Scotland: Consultation on Creating a New Food Body stressed the importance of research into family and children’s experiences to understand better the impact of other factors contributing to poor diets, such as low income or competing priorities, such as poor mental health or housing crisis.

The response drew on findings from the work of CRFR directors and associates, and from the About Families project and Growing up in Scotland data.

Read the full response here CRFR response to Consultation on Creating a New Food Body

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